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Cardio, Losing Fat & Cutting Down Cardiovascular exercise, high intensity interval training, and exercise routines to burn excess fat. Helpful diet tips for looking your leanest.


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lol, thanks for the support Tim!

I've read that your body is in the same condition in the morning as it is post workout. So that you can benefit greatly from treating your breakfast as a PWO meal giving it high protein, moderate carbs, and simple sugars for the spike. I've been doing it all this year and it's served a good purpose IMO.
Normally after lifting I'll go with straight whey, but sometimes I'll blend up a shake w/ whey, milk, natty PB, a banana, (sometimes honey) and oats. If I do that I'll normally just make 2x size and save the rest for when I wake up the next day. That way it's extra quick in the morning.

What you say definitely makes sense, so 2x shakes for PWO/morning is my "Idea" to add to this!
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Can this be followed by females also?
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lol, thanks for the support Tim!

I've read that your body is in the same condition in the morning as it is post workout. So that you can benefit greatly from treating your breakfast as a PWO meal giving it high protein, moderate carbs, and simple sugars for the spike. I've been doing it all this year and it's served a good purpose IMO.
@Emeka- it is definitely in the same condition. Especially if you train in the evening or early evening. Just think how bad and fast your muscles need fuel and replentishment after not eating for 8+ hours!!


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Yep. Although, ingrediants depend on your goals.


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Default 08-19-2011, 06:49 AM

I like to keep in the 1.5-2 lbs a week myself. But like others if I need to I can drop more, even get to 3 lbs a day by meal timing, carb intake and water intake manipulation. BUT I really don't feel thats a good way to go in saving LBM.


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Default 08-19-2011, 09:21 AM

You protein intake, nutrient timing, carb intake, and what type of cardio you do and how often you do it will all determine how much fat you will lose.
If you aren't eating enough protein, eating way low carbs, doing high intensity cardio, and not consuming a PWO meal; the combination can lead to muscle loss.
Eating low low carbs and doing high intensity cardio in my opinion is not a good idea.


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I agree, thats dangerous.


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You protein intake, nutrient timing, carb intake, and what type of cardio you do and how often you do it will all determine how much fat you will lose.
If you aren't eating enough protein, eating way low carbs, doing high intensity cardio, and not consuming a PWO meal; the combination can lead to muscle loss.
Eating low low carbs and doing high intensity cardio in my opinion is not a good idea.
Agreed. The less carbs you consume, the lower intensity your cardio should be, but you should do longer duration. Keto diets you want to do a minimum of 40min low intensity, for example. It's so easy to lose muscle while eating little carbs and doing high intensity cardio. It's a great program for a morbidly obese person who's health is in danger, but not good at all for what our goals are.
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Agreed. The less carbs you consume, the lower intensity your cardio should be, but you should do longer duration. Keto diets you want to do a minimum of 40min low intensity, for example. It's so easy to lose muscle while eating little carbs and doing high intensity cardio. It's a great program for a morbidly obese person who's health is in danger, but not good at all for what our goals are.
I try to use low carb very sparingly. Everything goes down, energy, metabolism. I am at the point in my diet where I am throwing in some low carb days. Cycling carbs is important and a way better idea. I also don't eat too many carbs, maybe around 200 grms a day.
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